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Archive for May, 2010

I’m enjoying the first day of UIT Academic Technology’s 3.5 day Summer Institute.  Chris Jernstedt kicked us off with a great talk “Perspectives on Learning, Teaching and the Brain”.  Great talk full of useful info about the state of research and the implications for course design & teaching. Paul Giguere’s session on learning objectives is […]

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http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/12-great-free-video-tutorial-sites-brush-tech-skills This is my second blog post done directly from Diigo – a little tricky to figure out, but I think I got the hang of it now.  (This link comes from the Diigo group "Cliff’s Notes on EdTech".

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This looks like a great collection of "How-to" videos about WordPress.  Some things might be different in the Tufts context, but some things might still be of use.  (I’m also experimenting with posting this link directly from Diigo to my WP blog…so far so good…let’s see what happens when I click "send"….)     *  How […]

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Third conference in two days!

Now at Harvard Graduate School of Education to hear Chris Dede & David Rose about National Technology Plan

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Listening in on AcademiX 2010

Listening in on the AcademiX 2010 conference right now – two conferences in a row.  I’m now going to try to figure out how to add a widget with my tweets to this blog…her goes…

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Umass edtech conference today

Interesting things: * UMB’s Program in Instructional Innovation (includes teaching symposium, instructional, conference travel, & mentoring grants). * exploring Bollywood dance & Mexican languages via YouTube (not the same class). Automatic captioning exciting. Movavi online video converter. * Blinx (video search), eyejot (video mail), viddler & teachertube (video content). * Alex Mueller, Assistant Professor, pedagogy […]

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